Thursday, January 31, 2013

Abortion Advocate: "All Life Is Not Equal"

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And that's just the beginning.

Mary Elizabeth Williams, author, abortion activist and writer for SALON has allowed the mask to slip. In fact in her recent article, the mask was removed.

She wrote, "While opponents of abortion eagerly describe themselves as 'pro-life', the rest of us have to scramble around with not nearly as big-ticket words like 'choice' and 'reproductive freedom'."

So she is admitting the pro-abortion advocates have been using euphemisms and propaganda to advance their agenda. Now they are admitting their words aren't working, so they are changing the words. And the narrative.

In a Blog a couple of weeks ago, I told our readers to watch for new words from Planned Parenthood. We said they would drop the "pro-choice" line because it doesn't work anymore.

Williams writes, "Planned Parenthood has taken the bold step of reframing the vernacular---moving away from the easy and easily divisive words like 'life' and 'choice'.

PP has produced a new promotional video explaining that abortion is not a black or white issue.

Secular progressives always attempt to blur the lines of Truth. Satan did it with Eve and those who reject God's absolute Truth continue to do it today. Relativism. No right or wrong.

The PP video is titled "Not In Her Shoes" and is introduced with this: "Abortion is a deeply personal and often complex decision for a woman to make. You can't make the decision for someone else. Nobody knows a women's specific situation---we're not in her shoes."

Your children will soon see this video in public school. Please watch it and be informed.

NARAL is also introducing their own video, designed to re-frame the abortion issue. They are emphasizing the "experience" aspect of abortion.

This is the new, more seductive, face of evil.

Ms. Williams, a mother herself, says she never "wavered for a moment" in her belief that she was carrying a human life inside. She admits that a fetus is, in fact, a human life, but that has no influence on her pro-abortion beliefs.

Really? So aborting a baby is killing after all, Ms. Williams? I'll bet her kids feel lucky.

Her response is so revealing, frankly, I can hardly believe she said what she said. She makes the case against abortion, while thinking she is supporting it.

She continues, "Here's the complicated reality in which we live. All life is not equal."


All life is not equal?

That sounds like Margaret Sanger, the founder of Planned Parenthood.

Thomas Jefferson, did you hear that?

Apologies, MLK.

She explains, "A fetus can be a human life without having the same rights as the woman in whose body it resides."

There's much more, it is linked above.

I think she intended this to be a kind of conclusion:

"If by some fluke I learned today I was pregnant, you bet your a_s I'd have an abortion. I'd have the World's Greatest Abortion...I still need to acknowledge my conviction that the fetus is indeed a life--- a life worth sacrificing."

A life worth sacrificing?

The World's Greatest Abortion?

There is nothing I could possibly add to this witness to the truth about abortion.

May God deliver us from evil.

Be Informed. Be Vigilant. Be Discerning. Be Prayerful. Be Active. Be Blessed.


  1. Sounds like the Eugenics movement. How can any human perceive one life to be "less valuable" than another? There is no argument that could possibly made in defense of this without the clear admission that you are okay with committing cold, hard murder.
    Agreed, this is cold, calculating evil. Yet, we are told that there will be those whose hearts are hard and refuse to see the light.

  2. Makes me think of the old conundrum where there's a fire in the fertility clinic and you have the ability to save either a big tray of 1,000 zygots or one living baby - but there's no way to save both. If all life is truly the same, you would have to choose the zygots and leave the baby crying. I seriously doubt anyone would.

    1. I'd die trying to save both, see that's the difference between an others -centered world view and a me- centered one.

      Craig in Lacey

    2. The terms of the conundrum were that it was impossible to save both. Knowing that up front would mean that you were knowingly committing suicide. Isn't that a sin?

  3. Illogical comparison.

    1. Exactly, zygots to a baby are apples to oranges because not all forms of humans at different stages are equal.

  4. 3:22 Why are they not equal? Doesn't every human have a right to life? Who decides which form of humans get to live?

    1. In the conundrum, you do. Do you save 1000 zygots or a single live baby? It has be one or the other. By your logic, saving the zygots would be saving 1000 humans compared one. Me? I'd save the baby. Which would you save (and it has to be one or other)?

  5. Those who go on to support abortion can not support their own case. They have to testify against it.

    Maybe this is why the Lord would rather his people be cold or hot.

    How fallen the flesh is. How fallen, how fallen!

  6. Your conundrum is meant to cause controversy. If I were in that case I would be making split decisions and not - I repeat NOT - creating a theology.

    Yes, I'm guessing most would grab the baby that they hear but we would weep over the 1000 lost.

    Silly conundrums were typically cooked up in college classes to prove humans to be illogical. If you truly want to be exposed to an intelligent discussion that goes through conundrums for the purpose of leading people to the truth listen to the 30 minute video

    1. The conundrum was meant to cause controversy only in that it would demonstrate definitively that even you folks don't consider all human life to be equal. You said it yourself, you'd grab the baby rather than 1,000 'equal humans'.

      No one has replied, "I'd save the 1,000 lives vs the one".

      So, my point is made, we have clearly demonstrated that even Gary's followers do not consider all stages of human life to be equal.

    2. Please, ANYONE, prove that all forms of humans are equal and post that you would save the 1000 zygots over a living baby. Please, someone verify that 1000 lives are more save worthy than just one. You shouldn't even need to think about it. 1000 or just 1. Please confirm you would choose to save 1000?


    3. For the sake of argument, I'll bite. Suppose I save the 1000? Does that negate the value of the one? Or prove it's less valuable? Let's try this one. A fireman enters a burning house, 1 person passed out by the door, another upstairs trapped by the flames screaming. Quick decision time, 1 or the other? Does that negate the value of the one he wasn't able to save? Or mean that the 1 he did is more valuable?

      I say no, he saved what he could. Same with the conundrum.

      To answer your previous question, to lay down your life for another is not suicide, its the highest form of love. I would die trying to save both the 1000+1 or by the door and upstairs.

      That's what the cross is all about.....LOVE

      Craig in Lacey

    4. If you would save the 1,000 then you truly believe that human life in all forms is equal. No one said anything about negating the value of the one. Only that it was saving 1000 or just one.

      However, I think this would make you extremely rare. I believe almost everyone would save the live baby, including those who claim human life is equal regardless of form.

  7. That is precisely what you were implying, that the 1 has more value than the 1000, hence the conundrum. I say no, they have equal value.

    The conundrum also raises another thought. How would a random person know about the 1000? I think most would not, but they would hear the baby crying.

    My point still stands, you save what you can.

    Craig In Lacey


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